RFID technology promotes the development of the aquaculture industry in a fair and healthy direction
In order to promote the development of the domestic breeding industry, the government often directly grants farmers capital subsidies, while also undertaking livestock insurance. In some poverty-stricken areas, the government can solve the problems of the livestock industry through tangible subsidies on the one hand, and it is also important to achieve more precise poverty alleviation.
Xihaigu, Ningxia, was once recognized as one of the "most unsuitable areas for human survival" by the United Nations Food Development Program. It is with the support of the government that people here support their livelihoods by raising livestock. Therefore, through some policy support, it is a very necessary measure to relieve the economy and life of difficult areas.
However, the reality is often more complicated. Under the temptation of subsidy policies, many insurance frauds have emerged. There are complex reasons behind these behaviors. On the one hand, villagers used various methods to defraud the subsidy. On the other hand, officials knew that the doorway chose to ignore them. The two sides consciously reached a tacit understanding.
Take some in the Xihaigu area as an example. Some villagers clearly had only 4 cows in the cattle trough, but there were 8 cows when they registered the project roster, so that the extra 4 heads could receive an additional 12,000 yuan subsidy each year. Even though some villagers receive subsidies every year, they don't even have a cattle trough.
In the face of these violations, we cannot directly adopt a one-size-fits-all approach. We must find ways to reverse the reality, and we must not go against the established goals. Therefore, fairness can be ensured through better measures, and RFID marking has become an excellent breakthrough.
By equipping livestock with RFID ear tags, each livestock has a clear identification. In the breeding process, the animal's breed information, date of birth, source, etc. can be directly read, and follow the animal for life. In addition, if a major disease causes losses during the breeding process, the ear tag information can be read through the RFID reader to perform identity authentication, and insurance claims can also be obtained efficiently.